O'Hare janitors protest outside Mayor Emanuel's house
December 13, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- O'Hare workers who are losing their jobs Friday protested outside Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's house Thursday night.
The janitors sang Christmas carols and prayed at the mayor's home.
Emanuel awarded a major contract to a company that replaces the current janitors with non-union, lower paid workers.
The workers were holding holiday lights that spelled out "RAHM = JOB KILLER."
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